Study Possibilities

This page contains information on the range of studies you can take at the University of Tampere.

Cross-Institutional Studies

As a UTA degree student you are entitled to study certain studies offered by other universities in Tampere. Please read more about cross-institutional studies!

Degree Programmes

This list contains both Finnish and English degree programmes offered at the University of Tampere at each Faculty.

List of Degree Programmes by Faculty

Faculty of Communication Sciences

Faculty of Education

Degree Programmes conducted in English (second cycle):

Degree Programmes conducted in Finnish (first and second cycle):

Postgraduate Programmes (third cycle):

Faculty of Management

Faculty of Medicine and Life Sciences

Faculty of Natural Sciences

Degree Programmes conducted in English (second cycle):

Degree Programmes conducted in Finnish (first and second cycle):

Postgraduate Programmes (third cycle):

Faculty of Social Sciences

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Elective Studies

For more information on the variety of elective studies available in each Faculty, please see University's Internal Selection.

JOO Studies

The University of Tampere provides its students with the opportunity to take courses at other universities through JOO studies.

Network Studies

The University of Tampere is part of a network that offers a whole range of flexible study opportunities, combining the expertise available at a number of different universities.

As a degree student, you can choose these modules as your elective studies. Find out what network or online studies are available.

Open University

At the Open University, you can take courses in the degree programmes of the University of Tampere. The Open University is for everyone - regardless of age and previous studies. Please note the course selection in English is limited.

Open University | Course Selection

Recognition of Qualifications

If you seek employment in Finland in a public post or a job for which specific qualification requirements are defined by the Finnish legislation, it may be necessary to complement the degree you have earned abroad

The Finnish National Agency for Education makes the decisions on recognising qualifications earned abroad and on any possible updating education that you may still need. After you have received the Agency’s decision on recognising your qualifications, you may apply to the University of Tampere to undertake the required supplementing studies.

More information on the recognition of qualifications is provided by the Finnish National Agency for Education.

Summer Studies

Please read more on studies offered at the University of Tampere in the summer period.

University Pedagogy

University pedagogy gives you an opportunity to strengthen your pedagogical expertise and participate in a multidisciplinary teaching community. Read more on university pedagogy at the University of Tampere.